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Old 11-17-2015, 10:07 AM   #6679
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You're looking at a very loud car that puts up numbers about 250-260whp. You don't need injectors at all unless you go with e85 or the 335 kit instead.
You don't need the injectors at all, even with E85 on the smaller blower.
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You don't need the injectors at all, even with E85 on the smaller blower.
Yep. I run E85 all day long on stock injectors. About 15k miles so far.
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Old 11-17-2015, 04:10 PM   #6681
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You don't need the injectors at all, even with E85 on the smaller blower.
You using a smaller pulley with your 210? if so perhaps that's why you're not running larger injectors? Regardless I guess it's not 'required but probably recommended in conjunction with a larger fuel pump.
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Old 11-19-2015, 02:31 PM   #6682
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Anyone able to post up a dyno plot for a 335 kit on pump gas please?
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Old 11-20-2015, 09:43 PM   #6683
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So Im trying to get my 210 installed and i cant figure out two things. So i came here to ask. First. How do you get the map sensor onto the supercharger(the instructions dont really explain that) Second. Where does the cable for the water pump plug into? The instructions say nothing about what the cable gets connected to just says to attach it to the mount then test it works later. Nothing about what it plugs into.
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@iLLDYNASTi Map sensor goes onto the black plate that bolts to the intake manifold. Not sure what you mean by "cable for water pump".
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Old 11-21-2015, 03:51 AM   #6685
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So Im trying to get my 210 installed and i cant figure out two things. So i came here to ask. First. How do you get the map sensor onto the supercharger(the instructions dont really explain that) Second. Where does the cable for the water pump plug into? The instructions say nothing about what the cable gets connected to just says to attach it to the mount then test it works later. Nothing about what it plugs into.
The power to the water pump plugs into one of your port injectors. You may need to bend the tip of the metal connection just a wee bit otherwise it may come loose like mine did then wonder what the hell is going on with your car, break it, fix it, then finally figure out it was only that the plug was a little loose.
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Old 11-21-2015, 11:13 AM   #6686
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@iLLDYNASTi Map sensor goes onto the black plate that bolts to the intake manifold. Not sure what you mean by "cable for water pump".
I see where it goes, it just doesnt fit there. Unless they send a smaller one or your supposed to mod the stock one which seems like a bad idea.
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Mapping wasn't as we'd hoped on the 335 and built engine

Issues with the 3bar MAP sensor not liking the Sprintex/ECUTEK setup which is the same for Mike @ Moto East and a few others after we read into it, so ECUTEK are looking into that for Mark, and the IAT's are very, very high even on a 15 second dyno run

Mark at Abbey Motorsport has worked some great magic so far and I've got a decent map with 7000krpm to play with. The drive home was just insane. Pulls like an absolute train and triple digit speeds come far quicker than I expected. Car will have some more work next week
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@iLLDYNASTi, not a great pic but the only 1 I have. Mine installed with no problem. What part is not fitting?

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@Dustin so the stock map sensor looks in no way like it will fit in the spot on the manifold and the picture in the instructions looks nothing like the stock sensor I have. Does the kit come with a new one and I didn't get it or do I need to modify the existing one?
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@Dustin so the stock map sensor looks in no way like it will fit in the spot on the manifold and the picture in the instructions looks nothing like the stock sensor I have. Does the kit come with a new one and I didn't get it or do I need to modify the existing one?
Use original, no modification required. Sure you have the MAP sensor and not the MAF or something else?
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You using a smaller pulley with your 210? if so perhaps that's why you're not running larger injectors? Regardless I guess it's not 'required but probably recommended in conjunction with a larger fuel pump.
I'm good down to 69mm on stock injectors on E85 with Delicious Tune. Actually had larger injectors beforehand but yanked them and put stockers back in. Drivability increased ten fold, much smoother response and zero issues.
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Use original, no modification required. Sure you have the MAP sensor and not the MAF or something else?
You know I just might be that dumbass that has the MAF sensor. MAF comes off the intake piping right then the MAP is on the stock manifold right?
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